2999 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94115 Lower Pacific Heights
Chic Jr. one bedroom condo in fabulous lower Pacific Heights neighborhood. Lovingly remodeled throughout with marble finishes and a modern take on a classic San Francisco unit. Number 23 has an open floor plan with a private sleeping area that is separated from the living room with custom barn doors for privacy. The living room is the heart of the home with views of Sutro Tower, and the Victorians that line Baker Street. The unit has a separate eating area off the living room that connects to the updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. This home has gorgeous hardwood floors, recessed lighting, and modern light fixtures. This coveted corner of lower Pacific Heights means you can smell the fresh croissants from B Patisserie every morning, which is just a block down. You are four blocks from Alta Vista park, and five blocks from Mollie Stones on Fillmore. Divisadaro offers quick and delicious restaurant options such as Scopo DiVino, and El Burrito. If you take a quick walk down to Fillmore your eating and shopping options are endless. Bike and storage locker included in rent. Come see how Number 23 could be your perfect quarantine upgrade! LID: 41938567.
Income Requirement: Must have 3x the rent in total household income (before taxes)
No, 2999 California Street does not offer parking.
Does 2999 California Street have units with washers and dryers?
No, 2999 California Street does not offer units with in unit laundry.
Does 2999 California Street have a pool?
No, 2999 California Street does not have a pool.
Does 2999 California Street have accessible units?
No, 2999 California Street does not have accessible units.
Does 2999 California Street have units with dishwashers?
No, 2999 California Street does not have units with dishwashers.
Does 2999 California Street have units with air conditioning?
No, 2999 California Street does not have units with air conditioning.
San Francisco Ordinance
This unit is a rental unit subject to the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, which limits evictions without just cause, and which states that any waiver by a tenant of their rights under the Rent Ordinance is void as contrary to public policy.